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Friday New Roundup: Celebrating 20 Years of Service in Tuba City; Gallup Principal Resigns

Our thanks to Gallup’s Sacred Heart School Principal

We would like to express our appreciation to Linda Padilla for her years of service as principal of our school as she moves on to another calling. Without individuals like Mrs. Padilla, who are willing to offer their time, talent and treasure to this mission, such vital work of the Church would not be carried out. Service to our Catholic Schools is service to Christ Himself. We are grateful that she has been committed to Our Lord in such a tangible way.

We are so blessed to have Mrs. Amy Jo Mulvaney (current assistant administrator) taking up the torch for the time being. She has our gratitude for her unwavering devotion to the school and she will be in our prayers during this time of transition.

Praise be to God for all His blessings!

Office of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Gallup

Bishop Wall on St. Kateri and the Rosary

In his monthly guest appearance on Relevant Radio’s Morning Air Show, Bishop Wall discussed the rosary, St. Kateri, and the recent Arizona Supreme Court Case in favor of artist shop “Brush and Nib”.

Vincent de Paul Society Will Celebrate 20 Years in Tuba City

Since 1999, a volunteer chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society has served the needs of the community in Tuba City, AZ. A Mass will be celebrated on October 20th at 11 am at St. Jude Parish, followed by a reception. All are invited! To learn more contact Leonard Begay at 928-864-7152.

Diocesan Diaconate Retreat

Our deacons are currently gathered for their annual retreat – the retreat master this year is the Most. Rev. Jorge Rodriguez, Auxiliary Bishop of Denver. Please keep them in your prayers!

These are the four women being canonized along with John Henry Newman

Pope Francis will canonize four women alongside John Henry Newman this Sunday. These women — a stigmatist, a mystic, a Roman orphan, and Nobel Peace prize nominee — also proclaimed Christ through their lives and their miracles in a unique way. Read more of Catholic News Agency’s story here.


The Friday news roundup presents a quick overview of Catholic stories and events from around the Diocese of Gallup, United States, and world. Have a news tip or event to promote? Email [email protected], call 505-863-4406 or mail us at PO Box 1338, Gallup NM 87305.

Suzanne Hammonshttp://dioceseofgallup.org
Suzanne Hammons is the editor of the Voice of the Southwest and the media coordinator for the Diocese of Gallup. A graduate of Benedictine College in Kansas, she joined the Diocesan staff in 2012.

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